A decision by the Supreme Court to repossess public land for a gas pipeline has ignited a new debate. While most people do not like to see good land ruined by pipeline installations, some argue that it may be necessary for the good of society. Eminent domain is the...
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Month: July 2021
What Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, Means for Inverse Condemnation Plaintiffs
The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution addresses many important topics. One is the eminent domain power of a state or the federal government. Specifically, the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment says that the government can take private property only...
Eminent domain and union rights in California
Farms in California produce much of the food eaten by Americans. Over the years, the treatment of farm workers in California has come under scrutiny because they often work long hours for very little money. Decades ago, Cesar Chavez's movement made gains for union...